Trust no bitch.
At Whaurel’s office, she tells her friend that Arrow was the one who set her on this course to free Declan. The friend judges all over it, and then we’re on a rooftop with Arrow and Whaurel. They need to get the supervisor, but since Matt Istook already lied, Arrow is gonna put a little force on him. The two have a little exchange about loneliness and he flies off.
Yay, Felicity Smoak! She confronts Steele as to why she is being fired. It seems she was only brought up to see Steele because he wants her to look into the $2.6 million blunder. He’s no fool, this John Steele. He may be tapping that old Moira ass, but he doesn’t trust her for shit. With good reason as we know.
I see we’re sticking with that shade of lipstick. Well, I can respect consistency.
I love this actress. Her quirkiness is cute without being annoying, and you guys were right, she did have good chemistry with Oliver last week.
The supervisor heads to his car at night, and he is knocked out by Arrow with a dart. He wakes up, and Arrow has literally chained him to train tracks like an old timey villain.
“MEH, see, nobody pulls a fast one on me, sonny!”
He gets Istook to admit that Brodeur paid him to say that Camille Declan never said anything to him and that she gave him a file of evidence. Istook claims he kept the file and barters it for his life.
Back in the cave, Hoodie is cooking something over a fire, but he won’t share his goodies with Ollie. This isn’t a tribe on Survivor, son. Get your own rat! He mimes to Ollie to wring the bird’s neck. Ollie is a big pussy and refuses. If only we had a naked Peta ad to drool over.
Arrow bring Whaurel the file from Istook. Whaurel says she never would have gotten the file and that the city needs someone like Arrow.
“I am so wet.”
I can’t with this scene with Thea, it’s filler.
Detective Dick accuses Whaurel of working with Robin Hoodie because he gave her the name of Istook who filed a police report claiming that Arrow harassed him. She gets defensive and says she wouldn’t have to work with him if he had done his job in the first place. Whaurel meets with the judge and the opposing counsel shows up. The judge is a mean old bitch and denies the file. She threatens Brodeur, which prompts him to meet with his goons. They’re going to put a hit on Declan to stop her.
She meets again, and says the only thing that can work now is a signed confession from Brodeur.